Edith M. Holly is a self-proclaimed “generalist” with deep ties to her native Ottawa South community. From family and immigration law to real estate and medical malpractice, Edith M. Holly’s vast knowledge and experience as a result of her over her twenty-five year practice allow her to reach out to all area residents that have a legal issue that they cannot handle on their own.
Her passion for law and love for her community have established Edith M. Holly as a compassionate and well-received lawyer. Edith M. Holly has worked in law in both the public and the private sectors.
With her own private law practice in Ottawa South, Edith M. Holly offers a full range of services to her clients, many of whom return for additional legal assistance or go on to refer their friends and family members for their legal issues.
Edith M. Holly has post-secondary degrees in law and international law and has always advanced her education in the legal field, even before it became mandatory to do so. Edith M. Holly’s breadth of knowledge sets her apart from other Ottawa area lawyers, who often specialize in only a smaller subset of legal matters.
Edith M. Holly demonstrates enthusiasm and passion and stands by the principle that her profession is meant to help people. She cultivates one-on-one relationships with her clients and accommodates them on their time table, and makes sure they understand every step of solving their unique legal situation.
Edith M. Holly has a network of contacts to support her work in international and immigration law. She is no stranger to working with foreign nationals and immigrants alike as they move their lives to Canada. “We are always learning, culturally,” she says, and “no two days are the same in my practice.”
Born and raised Ottawa, Edith M. Holly wishes to give back to the community which has supported her to become the legal expert that she is today. Your case is important to her, and Edith M. Holly looks forward to working with you.
Edith M. Holly is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Canadian Bar Association. She is also fluent in English and French.